A ‘Japanese Lantern’ in the Hills - Architects' Guide to Glass & Metal

A ‘Japanese Lantern’ in the Hills

October 19th, 2009 | Category: Industry News

Nicknamed “the world’s largest Japanese lantern” for the soft yellow glow it emanates at night, this Brian Murphy-designed house in the Hollywood Hills is the brainchild of an architect known for his edgy, offbeat creations. The effect is caused by light reflecting off the home’s corrugated fiberglass shell.


With views of Los Angeles from every room and an interior flooded with natural light coming through glass walls and half a dozen skylights, the Sunset Strip-area house had its current owners instantly hooked.

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